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Ever wondered why your cat expects you to treat her like a goddess? Might be because she knows Bast. In ancient Egypt, this purr-fect goddess ruled houses and temples alike. As a cat-headed goddess, Bast rules over joy, passion, pleasure, and happiness; but she also has a scary, lion-headed form with which she goes to war with the pharaohs. Watch your back with this one.
Lady of Bubastis, Mistress of Cats, The Northern Hathor, Catwoman
I'm a cat. That's all I need to be.
Who needs school when you have a warm sunbeam?
I like to think of Ra as my Father, but I'm not sure if he really is. Some people say I'm the firstborn daughter of Atum, who is Ra's father. Does that make us sister and brother? Never met my mom, either.
All the cats of the world, everywhere, are my children. Some people say that Ma'ahes (Mihos) is my son, but really he's the son of Sekhmet. We get mistaken for each other a lot.
All Pharaoh's enemies are my enemies.
Who needs them?
"If man could be crossed with cat it would improve man, but it would deteriorate the cat."
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